Assignment 5
Name:_KEY_
Dorm rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis. Dorms are $8,000 per year, and 800 students
want them. However, only 300 rooms are available.
a) Illustrate.
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c) Is there a shortage or surplus? If so, how much?
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Assignment 2
Name:_
Are the following statements positive or normative? Why?
a) Employers should not be required to offer pensions to their employees.
b) Employers offering pension benefits will pay lower wages than they would if they did not offer a
pens
A5
Name:_
Dorm rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis. Dorms are $8,000 per year, and 800
students want them. However, only 300 rooms are available.
a) Illustrate.
b) Is the market in equilibrium?
c) Is there a shortage or surplus? If so,
Assignment 6
Name:_KEY_
Directions:
You should indicate the letter of the answer you select and then include an explanation in the space
provided. If you select the correct answer and provide an explanation, you will receive full credit. If the
letter you
OTH 3417C: Musculoskeletal Anatomy
Unit 2 Structure List: Upper Limb
This is a comprehensive list of all the structures you will be accountable for identifying on the practical
exam, and for which you will be asked questions about on the written exam, for
Assignment 7
Name: KEY
Directions:
You should indicate the letter of the answer you select and then include an explanation in the space
provided. If you select the correct answer and provide an explanation, you will receive full credit. If the
letter you
Assignment 8
Name:_
Consider the graph below, which shows the market for new cars in the United States, and complete the
questions on the back.
1) Assume that the pre-trade price of cars in the U.S. is $40,000. At that price, the equilibrium quantity
of c
A3 & A4
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Now Crusoe is joined by Friday on his island. Friday also produces bread and cloth. His
production possibilities, along with Robinsons are shown in the table below.
ROBINSON
opportunity
a
b
c
d
e
f
bread
in
loaves
20
18
15
11
6
0
cost of
NAME: Riley McDonald
CLASS DAYS/TIME: TR 9am-12
PROF. H.J. VAN BOVEN
ECO 2013 / MACRO
APPLIED LEARNING PROBLEM SET (2 pages)
Chapter 16 (or 34): Interest Rates and Monetary policy
1.
2.
Two reasons why people want to hold money are
a.
the asset demand for
Quiz 2
Name:_KEY_
Are the following statements positive or normative? Why?
a) Employers should not be required to offer pensions to their employees.
Normative because it says should.
b) Employers offering pension benefits will pay lower wages than they wo
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Math Econ
Homework Ch. 4
Exercise 7.1
Part 2.
a.
dy
(x4 )= 45
dx
x
1
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
dy ( 3 ) 3
9x = 2
dx
x3
d
5 w 4=20 w3
dw
d
2
c x =2 cx
dx
d
a u b=ab ub 1
du
d
a ub =ab ub1
du
Part3.
a . f ( x )=18 x f ' ( x )=18 f ' ( 1 )=18 f ' ( 2 )=1 8
b . f ( x )=
Math Econ
Homework Ch9
Exercise 9.2
Part 2
a.
b.
c.
y=x 33 x +5
'
2
y =3 x 3=0 x= 1
'
y =6 x
Domainbetween [ 0, ) so the value is x =1 so y relative min 3
1 3 2
y= x x +x+ 10
3
'
y =x 22 x+1
1
Critical value x=1then inflection point 10+
3
3
2
y=x + 4.5 x
Homework Ch. 7
Exercise 2
i.
The coefficient on cigarettes can be interpret as a decrease of log (bwght) of 0.44 per
each each unit increase of of cigarettes. Thus, for an increase of 10 cigarettes
log(bweight) decreases by 4.4%.
A white child is predicte
Econometrics
Homework Chapter 5
2. It is logic that funds and and risk are positive correlated. However, if we want to know if
~
1
1
~
is inconsistent and biased, we have o calculate
In this
Cov ( x1 , x2 )
1=
order express plim
Var ( x 1 )
regression w
Homework 3 Econometrics
3.2
i.
Yes, because in a family, make sense that a more children less education will be
available per child. In order to know how much sibs need to increase to reduce the
predicted years of education by one year holding everything
Econometrics
Homework 1
Exercise 2
i. Under ceteris Paribus all the other relevant variables must be constant in order to
appreciate the effects of job training in workers productivity. Thus we have to
assume that the level of technology available to each
Econometrics
Homework 06
Exercise 3
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
1
0.0030
=
=21428.57
2 2 0.0000000072
With t stat :
2
'
If you divide both salessale s by 1000 then you have 1000 the s by 1000
order do not alter the model .Then the st . error of salesbil will be the
Econometrics
Homework Ch. 4
Exercise 2.
i.
H 0 : 3=0
H 1 : 3 >0
ii.
50 0.00024=0.012
=0,012 100=1.2 That means that if we increaseros by 50 points
the salary will be just 1.2 which is an small effect .
iii.
iv.
j
0.00024
=
=0.44
SE( j) 0.00054
At the 10 l
Chapter 4
Multiple Regression Analysis: Inference
Alfonso Sanchez-Pe
nalver
University of South Florida
[email protected]
Class notes for
Introduction to Econometrics
To accompany:
Wooldridge, Jeffrey M., Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach,
6 ed
Chapter 7
Multiple Regression Analysis: Qualitative
Information
Alfonso Sanchez-Pe
nalver
University of South Florida
[email protected]
Class notes for
Introduction to Econometrics
To accompany:
Wooldridge, Jeffrey M., Introductory Econometrics: A Modern
Chapter 5
Multiple Regression Analysis: OLS Asymptotics
Alfonso Sanchez-Pe
nalver
University of South Florida
[email protected]
Class notes for
Introduction to Econometrics
To accompany:
Wooldridge, Jeffrey M., Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach
Chapter 8
Heteroskedasticity
Alfonso Sanchez-Pe
nalver
University of South Florida
[email protected]
Class notes for
Introduction to Econometrics
To accompany:
Wooldridge, Jeffrey M., Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach,
6 ed., Boston, MA, USA: C